SEEMS TO–IN A SCANNING–TO COVER THIS SUBJECT FAITHFULLY AND COMPREHENSIVELY. FAITHM IN THE BIBLE NEED NOT BE TOTALLY WITHOUT HISTORICAL EVIDENCE OR CONSIDERATION!
Who ever thought that buying a Bible would be an overwhelming experience? You just go to the store and grab one, right? Well…no. You go to the store and you have to choose between this translation and that translation, between this study Bible and that study Bible. It’s more difficult than it should be.
So if you are looking for a new Bible, which translation should you choose? I thought that if I shared with you about the translation process and the differing methods used, it would help you make a more informed decision.
Some Translation Difficulties
As you know, the sixty-six books of the Bible were not written in English. The original authors, inspired by the Holy Spirit, wrote in three languages: Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic. With the exception of a few words, the entire New Testament was written in Greek. Most of the Old Testament was written in…
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